Comedians Bill Bellamy and D.L. Hughley had a field day abusing Young and the Restless hunk Shemar Moore on the set of their new film The Brothers (opening Friday). "You'd come out of a room, and women would be screaming at Shemar," recalls Hughley, star of the UPN sitcom The Hughleys. "He had to suffer for that."
Hughley who also appeared in last summer's surprise hit The Original Kings of Comedy adds that Moore didn't get all the attention. "They'd scream at me too," he insists, "to tap him on the shoulder."
Dubbed Refusing to Exhale by director Gary Hardwick, The Brothers follows four lifelong pals Bellamy, Hughley, Moore and Morris Chestnut (The Best Man) as they tackle issues of love, sex and friendship. But off-screen, there wasn't much soul-searching going on. "We shot the film Monday through Friday, and on Friday, Bill and D.L. were of
Some of the female extras working on Chippendales Murder, the USA Network film premiering tonight (9 pm/ET), took their roles as rowdy audience members a little too seriously. As star Victor Webster explains, things got a little out of hand during one of his stripteases.
"I didn't know the director told them to go crazy and grab me as much as they could," laughs Webster, who plays one of the featured dancers in the fact-based tale of murder and corruption behind the scenes of America's most notorious male dance revue. "I was pulling away milliseconds before their hands were actually under the g-string."
Impromptu crotch-grabbing wasn't the only frightening moment the former Days of Our Lives hunk experienced during the film's shoot. In a scene that may conjure up visions of The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Webster is dressed as a drag queen complete with garter belt and high heels. "I've dressed up for Halloween and crazy things li